Ho Chi Minh City is building more than 10 hectares of public parks and two hectares of public green spaces by the end of the year.
The HCM City People’s Committee has unveiled a plan to strengthen the management, recycling, reuse, processing, and reduction of plastic waste in the city.
Ho Chi Minh City has just been nominated as one of the eight candidates for the Asia’s Best MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) Destination under the World MICE Awards 2021.
Cu Chi Tunnels, a popular destination for both domestic and foreign tourists thanks to its unique historical and architectural values, may soon join UNESCO’s list of world heritage.
The 8th Vietnam Book Day was kicked off in Ho Chi Minh City’s Book Street on April 18, featuring various activities, both online and offline.
Ho Chi Minh City has received approval from the Government to operate electric buses on regular public routes.
Tet Festival 2021 will take place at Le Van Tam Park, District 1, from January 21 to 24, honouring Vietnamese cultural and culinary values, and is expected to welcome nearly 70,000 visitors.
Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has announced the plan to organize the 2021 Spring Flower Festival and flower markets for the upcoming Tet holiday.
HCM City authorities have sent a proposal to the Ministry of National Defence to seek UNESCO recognition for Cu Chi Tunnels, the largest underground tunnel network in Viet Nam.
Districts across Ho Chi Minh City are eager to replicate the success of existing “walking streets” and street food markets, while many fret over foreseeable traffic jam that comes with closing off roads.